Working Remotely: Succeeding Virtually With Tsedal Neeley

TTL 811 | Working Remotely

Working Remotely: Succeeding Virtually With Tsedal Neeley

Virtuality was going to be the future, but no one would have ever guessed that it would be to this magnitude and scale. In this episode, Tsedal Neeley, the Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, joins Dr. Diane Hamilton in discussing this timely topic of working remotely and succeeding virtually. Tsedal and Diane also talk about the future of work and the dynamics that organizations need to consider as they transition to remote work. Finally, Tsedal digs into the preparation people need to undergo not only during this disruption but also after. Tune in and learn how to mix it up and be a leading player in this virtual remote setup.

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Why Employees Are A Business’ Unique Asset With Samuel Tanios And Leading A Business With Remote Work With Mark Dorman

Whether you realize it or not, employees are a business’ unique asset. They are nonreplicable; no other competitor could acquire nor duplicate the people you have now. That is why, for this reason alone, businesses should learn how to take care of their employees. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down with the founder of Human Elements Consulting, Samuel Tanios, to talk about why small businesses, in particular, need to learn the value of their employees. He also discusses how to make them perform at a higher level, how to build a strong culture, how to become a visionary, and how to make the COVID-19 pandemic work for you instead of against you.

Continuing from that, Dr. Diane Hamilton also interviews Mark Dorman, the CEO of SThree, about how they are managing during this time of social distancing and remote work. With everyone forced to take their professional lives inside their homes, leading an organization has undeniably become more challenging. Mark shares some of the ways they are adapting, offering great insights for business owners and leaders alike to lead their teams and keep the communication lines going. If anything, the pandemic has become an accelerant for businesses and organizations to adapt to technology. Find out in this great episode how you can start doing this to your business as well and prepare for a different future.

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TTL 689 | Remote Work

Embracing Remote Work In The Gig Economy With Paul Estes And Creating A Lasting Change Through Curiosity With Cameron Brown

In these unprecedented times where people have been forced to stay at home, you have to quickly adjust to your life to survive. Paul Estes is an unstoppable advocate for the gig economy and working remotely. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to Paul about moving from traditional office work to remote work. Paul shares his insight on the need to re-skill to stay ahead of the curve and find jobs online that would not have been otherwise available traditionally. As the need to stay at home increases, the gig economy blossoms. Learn about this new economy and Paul’s book, Gig Mindset.

Also on the show is Cameron Brown, an international TEDx speaker, executive coach, Board Member, and musician. Here, Cameron talks about curiosity and technology and how it serves as a gateway to where people want to be. Cameron shares his process for creating and unlocking creative potential, highlighting curiosity and how technology magnifies it. Learn why having time away from technology is important and how it can fuel your curiosity to allow you to deliver your best creation.
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